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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE RERULD S'7ifPSON A nXTCHANAK Publishers . Wc hnvv bwB Ukcn for ft chard Mc- Bride, the .premier ot British Coliiei- r S. gIilt>90N yt. A. buchasas an ignoramus, hut iniended the re .mark (or the Premier. We rIaJI.' Iforgivo the Caiuuliiin for its error. the lieeder in a field or barn yurd, without the teoat protection from StrSSCRIPTlON: n Advauco -" 1.50 a year O Vierwiae 2.00 a year bia.- The Nelson Caniulinn called ux | wind, rain or snow. Suivly thi.s : doesn't pajk". It must inoan pnrlv 1 ruin to the machines. A shfd to oov-|cr them vouM cost little inonoy com-j pared with the loss thut liu-v tally rcitult.s from leaving the implt>ini>ms where heat and rain can play havoc with thoni. ADVERTISING: Pet Month - 1.00 Per Inch m AMERICAN IN THE WEST. The rpcord of the Lcthbridge Public School andthc High School department in tht' o.xAinlnationM. the resultti of which arc announced tnis week, is romarkal.lf. Nearly oni^ hundred per cent of the Ntudenta who tried possod. What .school can beat that. We ofTer congratulationsi to Principal (laniilton and h's HtalT. KemcinU^r this is the fair month. Prcuare tn decorate for the fair. Read the by-laws in another oat of the Herald. Paniiliarice your�.>lf with the pro>isions) of the neasurea that arc to be voted upon in a few weeks. Calgary is nwklng a vigorou.s effort to got railwaj' com|>etition th.'rc It fears that if it does not soon secure opposition, that will give '.he city competitive rates, it will losio a lot of its wholesale business to td-arc merely buying i monton, which is in the full enjoyment of competitive rates. The CP. R. has done much for Calgary, but the future of that city will not amount to much if it depends solely upon the C.P.K. It must have railroid competition, if it wants to build i:p its wholesale and manufacturing busines.s. Jf it vere not for the investments the Americans are mfaking in the west, the, development of this coun-tn' woiild be Very slow. Our friends across the border seem to have nu>r>> faith in the riches of our prairies j than the people of Eastern Canada. They are flocking here in hundreds, buying lands and settling them with thrifty progressive fanriers. True it is that nianj' Eastern CAnada farmers are settling , in the west, but most of them small quantities, while their American brothers are purchasing land in big tracts for invaatment purposes, their: experience in tb^ Western States, teaching them that the soil of Weatera Canada is worth having and will increase in value rapidly. The trouble with Eastern Canad -ions is that they do not know enough of the west. They sit in their offices in the east and imagine the talcs of the wonderful growth and richness of the west ore a myth. They gladly accept small dividends for their investments in Ontario, and are afraid to come out here and take a. chance on making from 10 to .50 per cent, where they now make five or six in the East. The ignorance that prevails in the East about conditions in the west was displayed at the time the .)im j Hill project of a transcontinental , railway, without cash subsidy or land grant, was before the senate. > Two or three venerable Senators, who had never been out of their native province, ridiculed the idea and denounced the attempt of an American road to build through Western Canada. If the old gentlemen had visited the west and acquainted themselves with the absolute necessity for i better transportation facilities, they would never have taken the stand they did. The American people are making money in the west, because they realize the wealth of the country in its resources and prospects, wh;lo many Canadians on account of their far too conservative'business mrth-ods and lack of knowledge, arc lo.arren des-(trts of plains. Going bonvc at recess means that you have fallen asleep at the switch and your train has plunged into the ditch. Always stay until school is out. PRESS CRINDING. I>>tnhridgo is in the same boat as Calgary in this respect. In order to get the trade of the west, cast, south and north, wo must have other railroads, if we expect to become a. large wholesale and industrial ('en-tre. J. J. Hill's railroad cannot get here too soon. Hill's proposed .-oad would give tis competition through the country to. the Pass district and v'ould open up new territory north, south and east. New settlements would spring up and Ijethbridge would be the centre of a big ponii-lation. Then the new roads wo-ild ; force the present freight rates fro.n Cranbrook Herald: Kake advertis -ing hos been pu.shed to the finish in Cranbrook the past year, and the time has come for the merchants to 'turn a deaf ear to the smooth ton -gucd chaps from the outside who are after the best of it at all times. Just a few days ago a number of merchants got touched up for $0 n piece and are now wondering what they got for their money. Cranbrook Herald: The credit system in Cronbrook is entirely too lax, and if a crimp was taken in tlu-manner of doing business it would he far better for the merchant ami for the buyer as well. Calgary Albertan: The nuinagc-ntent of the mines at Leth bridge have refused again to deal with the officials of the miners' union thore and so the strike goes on. What -ever nia.v lie the merits of the demands of the union, one demandlhat was considered and refused, the re- east and west down to a competitiv,. ^.^j,,^ breaking up level, enabling wholesale men lo ^^^^ interview, was quite right and meet eastern prices better than th,y proper. The miners demanded that can under existing conditions. ,,.^,ii,ti,,s the company I should be with the officers of the and not vith the men. The The more the nutil service is looked into, the worse its condition be � comes. It's simply outrageous the I way the mails t^re handled in this } country. We were told by a prom -inent citizen the other day that three letters sent to Battleford, Saak.. took 14, 11 and 8 days reepectiv-wy to reach that point. One could almost get a letter to Englaad in that time. Alberta should send a ho.-nb down to Ottawa and have it �.?t off in the post offlce department, intt-der to awaken the officials to the conditions in the west. will have swallowed things out here. up the good Get busy citizens and cut the nl/-weeds. Do your best --^ liCthbridge a tidy looking' BORING FOR GAS. noxious to make city. It behooves the city council to supervise the boring operations to be conducted by the Electric Light Co., providing the ratepayers approve the bylaw, with the utmost diligence. The citizens are anxious that natural gas should be discovered and if the Electric Light Co. fail to strike it, there will be more criticism of the City's action than there is now. If gas is found, not a word of criticism is likely to follow. So the City Council, in order to avoid th s crit-icismi, must .sec that every clTort possible is put forth to strike gas. The impression seems to prevail that the Electric Light Co. is not anxious to discover gas, but the Herald believes that the company is composed of men who are too honorable and public spirited to deceive, and will do its utmost to satisfy the public. The bylaw should be supported hy the ratpayers. If the Electric Light Co. fails to find gas and then the citizens are dissatisfied, the city can then bore Jor gas on its own account The present proposition is one that does not cost the city a cent, unless gas is found, and the city will be glad to put up the mon.v if the niuch desired commodity is found. If it is not found, the city is not out any money. If the people are then of the opinion that gas exists here, the city can spend .?10,000 of its own money to satisfy the dubious. Keep in mind here this fall. a big coJeljriition GOSSIP ON THE SIDE Ijr Ike Taltkr If you want to sec some fine liay all' you have to do is to take a drive along the irrigation ditch. Fine alfalfa and rye grass is to be seen. I The Board of Trade should get some photographs taken of the fine fields oi' hay and grain in this district and have them distributed throughout the length and breadth ol the land. It would be a very effective way of drawing people's attention to this country. I was talking to a gentleman, who while not a farmer, is well informed on agricultiial matters, and be said that if he owned a farm on the ditch he would devote most of his attention to hay. It does not nMjuire the attention graina do and brings a big price, especially when two and three crops a year can bo secured from alfalfa. union attitude of the men in this respect was quite within their rights. The time has come when union-s arc u factor, and nc�t to capital the im.-portant factor in production in this country. To maintain a union it has been found that negotiations of this and other kinds must Ih? car-rencon light to them when tossed upon the strong sea of tomptat -ion. u  ! e HILL AND THE G. T. P. TO JOIN HANDS TO BOOST LETHBRIPQeI SO REAPS THE REPORT FKOM TOflONtO JULY Mat 8 Jots Bartlett street...................................................$200 oiicli, easy terms ^ 20 lota Ashinead street!...............................................$175 each, easy tering 8 lots Glyn street......................................................$250 each, easy temis 12 loto.Block W.......................................... ........�125 each, teruis  4 lots Bompas street................... ................. ...... ..........$230 each, terms I 3 lots Bompas street.......................................................$275 taeh, terms [4 lots Ashmeatl s^et...........________..............................$250 eadi. terms >. 4 lots Ford street..................................................____.........flHXl. terms 4 business lots, Rounil street.............................................____.. $4(X)0. terms f2 business lots Bedpatb street..................................................$�?000, terms .6 residential lots, Dutferin street..................................................$100 encli New frame House and two lots. Round street................',....................$2.W> terms 50 foot lots Loudon Road....................................................... $150, terms 42* foot lots. Duff atlditioM........................................$125. terms 5 lots Rivervlew...........................,................................$125 each, tennt 7 lots, Riverview.......................... I.........;......... ............$1515 each, terms 2 lots Reilpath.................................................................$750, terms  3 lots Dufferin................................................................$1200, termi 2 lots Dufferin.................................................................$800. terms A girt whose days arc spent in idleness, dreaming of things that can never come to pass, or reading unwholesome books, while her mother toils in the kitchen, had better never been born. Her life is purposeless; a dead weight for her father and brothers to carrj' with them-; she is a misery to herself and friends; she is shunned by alt sensible young men and finally becomes a cross, ]>cevish, irritable old liiaid, if she is so fortunate as to escape the temptations so likely to ensnare one vhosc moral senses are rendered blunt by reading the questionable exploits of the '.zeroes and heroines of the modern novel -the curse of our homes; the thing that ruins more young men and young women than all other evils combined-the foe that all true mothers should fight as they would an adder. The c. B. Bowmon Agency INSUItANCB LETHBRIDGE AND LOAN ALBERTA Dioioioio.o:o:o:o:o:o:o:Qo.o:o:or^ GEORGE M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) KANBUNG REVERIES The happy ideal home is ni>t the homo of wealth, neither is it the home of extreme poverty. In the ideal home you may not see any costly furniture, no grand piano or stately pictures; yet how plea-sant and contented the inmates. The father has no business cares or political ambitions to ve.x himi; the mother has no trouble with unruly servants. Ko question of Ann display in dress to occupy her thoughtx. With pleasure the father ani ntuihir see the first tottering steps of (lie little one, and feci the exquisite joy which it brings-to the heart of the parent to know that the first-born can walk. In the home of the rich the children are put to bed by the servants while the parents are at the opera. The wealthy know not the pleasure of family and home when compared with those in very moderate circumstances. MILL BYLAW CARRIED. List your lands with us. We can show you that we are selling. It yon want to buy. see us. Our patrons deal over and over with us, which is evidence of fair dealing;. Try ns as buyers and ----sellers on-�---- Lands, City Property and Live Stock We will make a specialty of live stock. List aoything you have with ub, even if but one animal, Will give same attention to small dealt as we would to large ones. !)rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrQrrrrrr(SJr^ l^tbbiidae Troii (Uork$ Co., Ltl Iron Castings an^ KSachine Work Structural Sieel Columns, Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Valves Pipe Bar Iron Miners' Tools patience and hope makes it easier > to bear the cares and sorrows ot life. Honey and time are the heaviest burdens of life, and the unhappiest oi all mortals are those who have more of cither than they know how to u.so. EDITORIAL NOTES. A newspaper that ha.s shown decided improvement lately is the Pin-cher Creek Echo, published by our old citizen. Si Saunder.s. It's news coluirms.are filled with live and interesting news and in every voy it fills the bill as a first class local paper. It should be well supported by Pinchcr Creek people. Jas. HcCaig likes Edmonton and Kdmontoa Uk�� Jas. McCaig, so it is BO surprise to hear ol HcCaii and Edaioatoa locking arms again. Ills appointment as superintendent of schools in the Albertan capital is a tribute to bis ability as an educate ioptlist. HcCaig is a buoyant westerner. Be is brimming over with faith in this country. Hon men like John A. Silver says this district suits him splendidly. He prefers it ! to anything he bos seen north or I cast. A good farmer can limake men-|ey here, but the poor fellow, who thinks all he has to do is to throw the grain on the bare prairie, ought to be kicked out. Some farmers-so they call themselves-of that type have gone back to the Western States and tried to knock the country, just beeause they failed up here, through lack of brains. Mr. Silver has invested largely in land around here and knows what he is talking about. (Pincher Creek Echo.) The vote on the mill bylaw to loan ton thousand dollars to H. HcDon -aid, of Calgary, for the purpose of building a nviil and elevator in the town of Pincher Creek was taken on Wednesday, .July 25th and r.8�ilt.!il as follows: For the by-law. 01; bal- foTYmivvh n o:oTo;0.0 Do to-day's duty, fight to-day's temptations. Do not weaken or dis-1 against the Uy-law, 8; spoiled tract yourself looking forward to pots, 1; total, 70. things you can see, and could not ; _______ understand if you saw. CHAyGK IN THE STAFF. Failure does not always n\eait weakness; it may tnean strength not quite strong enough for the greater task. People who iittempt nothing seldom fail. Xapoleon failed at Waterloo because all of Europe was ar rayed against him. The West is one hundred. i>cr cent more generous than the East. A dollar out here is valued al)Out as much us five cents in the East. So ^better evidence of the liberality of Western people . can be given than the response the committee met with in raising func^ for the sports lu^re at the time of the fair. In two days nearly $l,50a was collected. I'll bet MeCaig are needed at the heod of | an Ontario city of 10,000 wouldn't our schools to stimulate the youth of this land with love for the west and optimistic views nhout the .'ut-�re. The Herald is very much oflendel. do n.s well in a whole year. t _ Did it ever strike you that the average farmer is very careless with his machinery. Almost invariably you find the binder, the reaper and There is in this -world ntatiy w.)n-derful things. Crystal rivers, i>.-ing grander, more won>'h she lives, moves and has being and glory. "The first day I was sent t > k(1m>� I I went honte at recess. thinliini/ school was out," says U�ut w-xIk.^i . "As I have grown older 1 und nkin like velvet. Sold ot4Mim & Co. THE MONTREAL WITNESS. (A truly Oreat'Newspaper.) Is being congratulated by Prcm -iers. Judges, Minititers, Bankers amd onvinent men in all walks of life on tlisiirt Canada with 4lie �nNti poa-slble ncwnpapor. One which would always keep in mind h)nih ideals and he 'for Ood and Hnmo and Native Land.' The 'Witness' has crown since then. Modern machinery an.i present possibilities^ have made gro�it improvements incvitahle. Hut vt has never outgrown tiu; principles that are, so to sn.v, cngniivence for so long a porictl. Fewer still have held lo the same princip > lea nntd have Ix'on comtrollo-l hy ih^! .sa.mc fanrily for ain^'ttving I'il.e so long a.time. 1^ result is that the 'Witness' enjoys a loyal consti'i uoncy tcid to leave it in favor of ony other publications. The 'Witness' refusws-papers of tiie world- The Daily Witness is S3.00 anrl the Weekly Witne.aki�Hses, she tfcT kwnly realizes how hjlpless-'how thcrouth-ly worthless she is. Dr. Shoop has broi�g4tt relief to thousawls of such Women. He reaches tlisenscs jwcul ar to won>en in two, direct, 8p:.^iflc ^ayi*-�' local treatment known b,v drugigists ever.ywhere as Dr. Hboop's Night Curc is app.li(vl locally, an:\ tit night. H works while you sleep. It reduces inflamation. It stops ais-chargos. it heal�. it soothes, it comforts, it cures. Sold by .1. D. Ilig-inbotham & Co. In the matter of the estate of Job Heed, late of Lothbrid^, in the Province of Alberta, rancher, deceased. ' PurHtmnt to the order of the Honourable Mr. Justice Harvey, dated the 25th day of July. A. D., 1906. TAK-E NOTICE that .all persons having claims against the above estate are rccpiired to send to the im-dorsigned, on or before the ^Oth day of September, A. D,, IWSS, a statement of such claim, together with the nature of the security (if any) hold hy them, such claim and 8ta.te-ment to Ix! duly varified by statutory declaration. AND FORTHWITH TAKE NOT-1(!1'; that after the said Ifith day of Septomljor, A. D., 11)06, the administratrix of the said estate will he at liberty to distribute the a.ssets of the said estate or any part thereof among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which she shall then have notice. Dated at Cardston in the Province of Alborfn, this 2.'ith day of July, .'V. D., 190f;. snnioxs & liENVE-rT, ^ Advocates for Administrutri.x. The Imperial Dimk has secur.-il premises at Moose Jaw and will oii-en a branch there abo\it Sept. I. Russell Sage's will was ri'ud iit his late residence in New Viuk. Every dollar is left to Mrs. Sage e.xccpt a small bequest made to his only sister, who is nOw dead. Not a dollar is left to charity. It is said that relatives will bring suit. The fortune is said to amount to 960,000,000, Woyburn people arc erecting a$15-000 Methodist church, a �17,000 Presbyterian church and a f5,000 Catholic Church. The Hell Telephone Co. has decided to put up n building and plant to cost �100.000 at Calgary, to be rcaily,by llecombjjr next. The ncd Dcr News has changed hands, nnil �vith last week's issue (-;Tf)hn -V, Carswell takes over the editorial pen, instead of O. A. Love. .\s n result of a recent action of the lirnndon city council there is a pipbhhility of -the PaiiadiaM Northern nasivny conipahy abandoning their proposed Urandon-Rogina line, which has been practically constructed. Hatriinooy Two things play a con-BpicBous ixrrt in all mat* rimonial functions, the Marriage License and the Wedding Ring. We are pleaaetl to provide both for a consideration. Two tyles of rings, tl�e Tiffany, or EngU8h,and the American. Both aire handsome and appropriate styles. The coat depend* on the weight of the ring, and they are in 10, 14 and 18 carat. We make a specialty of these rings and we invite inspection. R. A. WRIGHT The Jeweler Barnes & Co, mxh ESTATE and GETi^ERAi, AGENTS OffictoSMSMl FIbor S�Nitbiri BIbck Post Office Box 3 Tl*pllone^lTe^-122 Rt. Hon. Aifivd Lytitleton former' Colonial Secretary will visit Can* ada. in -August., ^ - ;